Synchronize Browser Bookmarks

I often switch between different computers and synchronization of data can be painful at times. Fortunately, my online reading list is completely unaffected by the change of computer, because my browser bookmarks get automatically synchronized. In this post I show how easy it is to set this up.

I can synchronize my browser bookmarks on different computers, and access and edit them on-line. Overviews over bookmark synchronization software can be found here and here. I use the XMarks plugin which supports Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer and Apple Safari.

See the Xmarks advertising (earlier called Foxmarks).

Enjoy. Please tell me how you synchronize your bookmarks.

6 Responses to "Synchronize Browser Bookmarks"

Interesting idea. My issue is using different browsers at times and needing my bookmarks accessible from any of them. I was a longtime fan of Google Bookmarks but the lack of love in Chrome is ridiculous. I've recently started using delicious (I know, late to the party). It's a little funky, but overall, fairly intuitive. My two yen.

@vagabonder: thanks for your comment. I am thinking myself of some form of on-line wiki, which would be great for bookmarking and note-taking.

I always same them on web properties so that I can use them from everywhere.

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